This time the focus is on the Ngau Larm Mee stall (Chinese style braised beef brisket noodle) at Sai Lam, an old coffee shop at the corner of Chulia Street and Carnarvon Street. This delicious braised beef can be served with variation of noodles: springy thin or the broad wanton noodles or better still with hor fun. Whatever the choice is, it comes with generous portion of flavorful beef pieces.
Dry Ngau Larm Mee with broad noodles
The soup version of Ngau Larm mee which comes in a rich beef soup and lots of chopped green onions was just as delicious.
Broad noodle with tender pieces of braised beef in a rich and flavorful beef soup
If prefer, one can order just the plain noodle and side dishes of Ngau Larm or wanton soup to go with it.
Even a plain plate of wanton mee comes with plenty of choy sum
Besides the braised beef brisket, their wantons are always an additional side order for me. The wanton skin wrappers is filled with generous amount of minced meat and made on the spot by the owner.
Thin noodle in flavorful beef soup with wanton
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